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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by csapo, Oct 31, 2013.
You have my attention. Please continue.
Looks like they go for from $500 to $600 ... too much for me.
and still waiting for it to be traced out to see what it is. There was a typical holy grail thread on this over it at TGP.
the guy who broke the jan ray was putting money on it being a zen drive. Must check back and see if there was an outcome
Dumbloid ? Dumble in a can?
It certainly has been relisized.
I wonder how clean the build is,
Or maybe it's the perfect pedal for air guitar, maybe there is nothing inside
the can except of coarse the owners imagination
Waynes world rock on, Waynes world
I was interested. Then I confirmed the price tag. Yeesh...
Gotta pony up the dough if you want authentic label-machine labels ...
If Cadillac started gooping their engines and telling me that I had to just trust their specs, I'd move on to another car maker.
Imagine a world where people are coming up with new
and different guitar devices.
Stop it - no such world can exist.
Listen to the smooth, resplendent Dumble tones you can get from this pedal. If you close your eyes, you would think you were listening to a real Dumble amp. You can really hear the magnificent bloom, mystical note flipping and lustrous swirl that makes albino unicorns cry. A bargain at only $600.
Everyone knows cheap amp knobs with no numbering let the most tone through in bypass, and you definitely want the models where the label-maker labels contrast the color of the box and are affixed by real horse-glue, not that tone-sucking synthetic stuff.
I'll have you know my pedals resemble that remark